There’s been very few positives from Toronto FC as it has struggled through a horrendous run of form over the last two and half months.
TFC bowed out of the Leagues Cup following a 1-0 loss to Mexican side Atlas Fútbol Club at home last weekend, a result that further compounded the Reds’ woes during this nightmarish campaign. Toronto has now suffered six straight shutout losses since Terry Dunfield replaced Bob Bradley as coach and its goal drought stands at 619 consecutive minutes.
Overall, the Reds have been shut out seven times in their previous eight outings – and been outscored 18-1 in that run – and are winless in 11 (0-8-3). TFC’s last victory came in a 2-1 home decision over D.C. United on May 27 – it’s their only win in the last 17 matches. They've also conceded a franchise record 15 straight goals.
One silver lining for TFC has been the play of centre back Lazar Stefanovic.